For information on exhibiting, please contact 1-800-366-6952
Join exhibitors from across the country at MONUMENTAL, April 9-12, 2014 in Washington D.C. The largest conference of its kind, this event brings together over 1,000 educators, state and federal officials, young people, program coordinators, policy-makers, and community-based organizations from around the world.
*WARNING: Only book your hotel room by calling the Washington Marriott Wardman Park directly or by booking through MONUMENTAL's online housing link. Attendees WILL NOT be contacted directly to book hotel rooms on NYLC's or the National Service-Learning Conference's behalf. If you receive a call soliciting you to book a hotel room and provide credit card information through a third party contractor, such as "Exhibitor Services", do not book with or provide credit card information.
Why You Should Sponsor & Exhibit
Visibility — Join other leaders in the field at the nation’s leading conference on service in education.
Audience — 1,000+ teachers, young people, administrators, youth workers, policy-makers, business representatives, and more.
Talent pipeline — Gain access to a cohort of the nation’s most innovative, proactive young people and build your company’s talent pipeline.
Special Events — A full schedule of programmed meals and events with national visibility ensure a steady stream of traffic and media attention.
Location — Washington D.C.: the epicenter of civic action, education, and policymaking in America.
Product demonstration —The conference exhibit hall offers hands-on demonstration opportunities for tech companies, educational service providers, and tools to improve student learning. Participants are interested in the latest education, communications, and consulting tools and techniques to enhance educational programming in K-12 schools, colleges and universities, and community-based organizations.
The Exhibit Hall is open throughout the conference, as well as during meals and special events, guaranteeing ongoing traffic.
The Exhibit Hall is also the site of …
Who Attends the Conference?
Wednesday, April 9
Exhibitor and Showcase Set-up. . .9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Welcome Celebration and Exhibit Hall Grand Opening. . .6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 10
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Friday, April 11
8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. & 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Tear-Down after 2:30 p.m.
Early tear-down is not permitted..
American Refugee Committee
Belton High School Freshman Center
Center for Cultural Interchange and Greenheart
Civic Education Project
Concern Worldwide Us
Corporation for National and Community Service and National Service-Learning Clearinghouse
Eureka High School East
Fieldcrest High School
Free Spirit Publishing
Freedom High School
Gibson City - Melvin - Sibley Project Ignition
Global Citizens Network
Global Leadership Adventures
Greater Twin Cities United Way
H20 for Life
Habitat for Humanity International
HOBY - Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership
Hoosick Falls Central School
Humane Society University
Idabel High School
Institute for Global Education and Service-Learning
Institute for Leadership and
Communication Studies, Morocco
Institute of World Affairs
Jefferson Awards for Public Service
London High School
March of Dimes
Minnesota Alliance for Youth
National Institute of Education,
Nanyang Technological University
National Youth Leadership Council
New Global Citizens
Owen Valley High School Mission Ignition
Papa Lemon Books
Partners of the Americas
Plymouth Whitemarsh High School and
Project Learning Tree
ROWVA High School
Shelton High School
Special Olympics - Project Unify
Springlake-Earth High School
STEM Education Center, University of Minnesota
Surf Aid International
The 9/12 Generation Project/New York Says Thank You
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society School and Youth Programs
The World We Want Foundation
Tobacco-Free Youth Recreation
UW-Madison Arboretum Earth Partnership RESTORE
Voyageur Outward Bound - Twin Cities Center
YMCA Youth in Government
Youth Volunteer Corps
YSA (Youth Service America)